See the work of the Bugatti family at the Petersen Museum

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The Petersen Museum is in its Renaissance period as it's fresh off a rebuilding year.

There are a ton of great exhibits currently on display and the latest appeals to both lovers of the automobile and those of the art world. It's a collection called The Art of Bugatti, and it's a showcase of the varied works of art created by a number of members of the talented family.

You'll find automobiles created by Ettore and Jean Bugatti. There's furniture and paintings created by Carlo Bugatti, and there are a number of sculptures of animals crafted by Rembrandt Bugatti.

The cars, though, are what will draw you in initially and there's plenty on hand to create that wow factor you'd expect to find in such an exhibit. Bugatti examples from the late 1920s all the way up to the latest Chiron hypercar are parked and waiting for onlookers to stop and stare. That's just what you'll do when you come across the Type 57SC Atlantic or a Type 41 Royale. More modern vehicles include the aforementioned Chiron as well as an EB110 and a Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.

If you want to see the Chiron, you better get a move on. The car will only be a part of the display until the early part of November.

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